Full-time International and exchange students with a valid study permit can work at the Glendon or Keele Campus. A work permit is not required for on campus employment. Citizenship and Immigration Canada allows international students to work up to 20 hours per week while they are registered full-time and allows them to work full-time when they are not registered in courses during the summer term.
Students who study for 8 months full time and then take 4 months off (generally the summer term) can work full time. International students can also work full time when there are no scheduled classes, during reading week and during the holiday season in December.
Once you have found employment on campus you will need to apply for a Social Insurance Number (SIN) prior to starting employment.
What does full-time mean?
An undergraduate student Is considered full-time if they are enrolled in 9 or more credits per term (eg. Fall term). If a student has taken a 6 credit course (usually year long) it would be considered to be two 3.0 credit courses, one taken in each of the semesters.
A graduate student is considered full time if they are registered as Full-time/Active with the Faculty of Graduate Studies.